If your children did not receive the recommended vaccinations by age 2, please schedule an appointment with your primary care physician to ensure your children are protected from infectious diseases.
Blood tests and lab work should be evaluated after acute cardiovascular events to check cholesterol levels in order to prevent future problems.
According to recent studies, blood cholesterol levels are a major risk factor for heart disease – the number one killer of American men and women. A desirable "total cholesterol" reading is less than 200 mg. LDL-C is the "bad cholesterol", because it deposits cholesterol in the artery walls. It is recommended to keep this number under 130 mg/dl.
Comprehensive Diabetes Care
If you are a patient between the ages of 18 through 75 who is identified as diabetic and does not have an HbA1c test, please schedule an appointment with your primary care physician to have it taken care of.
Screening guidelines for Healthy Adults
Comprehensive screening exam to promote preventative care and wellness. If you are between the ages of 19 and 39, please have this exam every three years. For ages 40 through 64, please have the exam every two years, and every year if you are 65 or over.
- Chlamydia (STD)
- Stool blood
- Digital rectal exam
- Diphtheria-tetanus vaccine
- Flu shot
- Pneumococcal vaccine